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With the Crash Recovery System, emergency responders can easily access all vehicle safety information directly at the scene of the accident.

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Download CRS

Here you can download the Crash Recovery System for Android, iOS or Windows. After installing this application, the relevant edition of the Crash Recovery System can be selected.

User Guides

These manuals explains how to install the Crash Recovery System on a Windows device or Android. Also we provide a User Manual for CRS.

Testing our VR Training App

Training with modern vehicles without actually having to have them at the fire department? With the Moditech VR training App you can practice emergency response in a virtual environment!




Check out our renewed newsletter!

We hereby present to you the ‘Moditech Update’, the renewed newsletter of Moditech Rescue Solutions. Here we update you monthly about the updates and innovations of our CRS.

Moditech Crash Recovery System

The system to know what's inside!

Know what’s inside

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Official OEM partner

Unmatched online update frequency in our data for the Crash Recovery System.
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Training programs

Including modern vehicle technology and alternative propulsion systems.
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What does a first responder need to know when such a vehicle is involved in an accident? What exactly are the challenges and hazards that such vehicles present?

What do rescue workers need to now to respond safely and efficiently, but most important, what knowledge is irrelevant and overkill? It is the mission of Moditech Rescue Solutions B.V. to provide the relevant tools and knowledge required to effectively respond to today’s traffic accidents around the world.

We've updated our database

November 2020

The November update includes a wide variety of vehicles in addition to the current Crash Recovery System offering.

Passenger cars

For the car database, the addition includes the Lynk & Co 01. This car model is built on the same platform as the current Volvo XC-40 and will soon be available on the European market. But already included in the Crash Recovery System! Furthermore, the database has been expanded with two fully electrically powered passenger cars, namely the Opel Mokka-e, and the Fiat 500e. The latter car has been completely newly developed and is available as a 3-door, 4-door and a 2-door convertible. The conventional Mokka variants with a combustion engine are the 1.2 Puretech in petrol version and the diesel with 1.5 BlueHDi engine.


The truck database has been expanded with the fully electrically powered “Emoss versions” of the DAF LF, the MAN TGS Vlot (crane truck) and the Mercedes-Benz Antos. In addition, the Ginaf eCity (MB Atego) and the Mercedes-Benz Econic Denmark in Emoss version have been added. A special addition is the Hyundai XCIENT Fuell Cell truck. This truck is the world’s first fuel cell heavy truck. Another interesting addition to the CRS is the fully electrically powered MAN eTGM truck. We have posted an article about both trucks in the news section of our website.


The additions to the bus database are the Alexander Dennis Enviro400 EV double decker, the BYD K9UB and K9UE (panto up and down), the Iveco Crossway CNG 12, the Scania Citywide LE CNG, the Scania Interlink LD CNG and the VDL Citea in various versions with hybrid powertrain.

Make sure you are up-to-date and install this update via the update management in the settings of your Crash Recovery System

Crash Recovery System – Know what’s inside, see what to do!

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Database update November 2020

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Fully electrically powered MAN eTGM truck added to Crash Recovery System

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